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pabulari
to forage
pabulum
fodder, food
pacare
to pacify
pactum
agreement, contract
pagus
village, country-district
palus
marsh, swamp
panis
bread
pariter
equally, simultaneously
parere
to produce, bring forth, bear, create
partim
partly, in part
passim
here and there, in all directions, indiscriminately
passus
step, pace
paternus
paternal, of a father
patrius
hereditary
patres conscripti
senators
patronus
defender, advocate, protector, patron
pavere
to quake, tremble, be in a panic
pavor
panic, terror, quaking, dismay
pecus
herd, flock, cattle, sheep
pendere
to hang from, be suspended, depend on
perferre
to endure to the end, carry through, carry to a successful issue
pergere
to go straight on, continue, proceed
peritus
experienced, skilled
permanere
to continue, stay, endure
permittere
to allow, concede, relinquish
pernicies
destruction, ruin
perpetuus
perpetual, unbroken, continuous
persequi
to follow through, pursue, prosecute
perspicere
to look closely at, examine, see through
pertimescere
to become very frightened
perturbare
to throw into confusion
pestis
destruction, ruin, plague, sickness
philosophus
philosopher, philosophical
pietas
piety, dutiful conduct
pius
pious, dutiful, righteous, holy, upright
piger
unwilling, lingering, sluggish
pilum
javelin
pingere
to paint, decorate, embroider
piscis
fish
placare
to calm, appease
placidus
calm, tranquil, gentle
planus
level, flat, plain, clear
plerusque
most
pluit
it rains
poculum
cup, goblet
pondus
weight
pons
bridge
pontifex
high-priest
pontus
sea
populari
to lay waste, devastate, destroy
porro
moreover, next
porticus
colonnade, portico
possidere
to possess
posterior
next, later
potens
powerful, capable
potentia
force, power, strength
potiri
to gain possession of
potissimum
especially
potius
more, rather
praebere
to present, offer, show
praeceptum
rule, maxim, injunction
praecipere
to direct, teach, warn, anticipate, seize beforehand
pracipitare
to throw headlong, fall headlong
praecipuus
special, extraordinary, distinguished
praedicare
to proclaim, declare, commend, vaunt
praeesse
to be in charge of
praefectus
commander, officer, prefect
praesertim
especially
praestans
eminent, surpassing, extraordinary
praetura
praetorship
principatus
first place, chief place, post of commander-in-chief, reign (of emperor), rule
principium
beginning, origin
principia
headquarters
privatim
privately, at home
probrum
abuse, invective, shameful action
probus
proper, excellent, virtuous
procedere
to advance
prodesse
to be useful, do good
profiteri
to declare, acknowledge
promere
to bring forth, disclose
promptus
ready, prompt, resolute
properare
to hurry
proprius
one's own, personal
prosperus
favourable
prospicere
to look forwards, look out for
protinus
continuously, forthwith
providere
to foresee
prudens
sensible, prudent, experienced
prudentia
good sense, sound judgement, knowledge
pulvis
dust
purus
clean, clear, pure
quaestio
inquiry, investigation, court
queri
to complain, bewail
quiescere
to rest, sleep
quietus
peaceful, calm